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Businesses asked if having ATM worth the risk

Police are asking business owners to evaluate the benefits of having an ATM following numerous thefts from gas stations, restaurants and convenience stores in Brantford-Brant, Waterloo, Hamilton, Haldimand and Niagara since January 2017. Nearly 60 businesses have been targeted, with

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It’s a Boy!

Kensington Palace says the Duchess of Cambridge has given birth to her third child, a boy weighing 8 pounds, 7 ounces (3.8 kilograms). The palace says the child was born at 11:01 a.m., a few hours after Kate was admitted

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Raptors-Wizards even

The Toronto Raptors let their lead slip away in their first-round playoff series. Bradley Beal scored 31 points and John Wall added 27 as the Washington Wizards beat Toronto 106-98 to tie their series at two games apiece. Toronto won

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Gas close to $1.40/litre

The price of gas in our region ranges from $1.20-$1.40 a litre for regular, with the average about $1.27. Brantford-Brant: $1.22-$1.37 Hamilton: $1.27-$1.37 Burlington: $1.27-$1.37 Milton: $1.30-$1.37 Oakville: $1.29-$1.40 Kitchener-Waterloo: $1.26-$1.37 Cambridge: $1.26-$1.37 Simcoe to Dunnville: $1.26-$1.28 The World price

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Here’s comes the sun, warm temperatures

Today: sunny, breezy (se 15-25 km/h) and warm.  High 20. Tonight: partly cloudy,   windy (s 25 km/h). Low 8. Tomorrow: a mix of sun and clouds with a chance of a shower late in the day. High 15. Wednesday:

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Mysterious substance pollutes Burlington creek

Hazmat crews have been working non-stop to contain a mysterious spill that has covered a Burlington creek. The creek, which runs parallel to Martha Street in downtown Burlington and empties into Lake Ontario, is covered with a white substance. Crews

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Brantford construction remains strong

Despite a small dip in building permits, Brantford City Hall is optimistic construction will remain high this year. The value of construction is down about 4.5 million dollars to 26-million dollars for far this year. However, Chief Building Official Russ

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Oxford residents send strong message to Wynne government

Oxford County residents have sent a clear message to the Wynne government about what they think about government waste, landfill sites and jobs. In a recent survey, Oxford MPP Ernie Hardeman says 92 per cent of respondents believe government waste

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Volunteers mobilizing for Earth Day

Teams and volunteers will use their shovels to take part in Earth Week 2018 activities in Brant and Brant County. The main action begins Saturday with a community clean-up from 10-Noon at TB Costain/SC Johnson Community Center on Morrell Street.

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CPR strike could impact Hamilton

A possible strike by Canadian Pacific Rail workers could impact GO Train service for some customers, including Hamilton commuters. Metrolinx says train service will not be available from the Hamilton GO Centre on Hunter Street GO Transit if C-P Rail

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Brantford Public Library turns new page

The Brantford Public Library has opened a new chapter. The library recently completed a $1.4 million renovation that includes a new floor-to-ceiling glass façade, an automatic book sorter, new customer service desks, and improvement to the heating, ventilation and a-c

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Minor earthquake rattles Windsor-area

There are no reports of injuries or damage after a minor earthquake struck southwestern Ontario Thursday night. The United States Geological Survey, which first reported the quake, said the magnitude 3.6 temblor struck near Amherstburg. Nick Ackerley, a seismic analyst

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Leafs behind the eight-ball

The Maple Leafs are a loss away from a first-round exit in the N-H-L playoffs. Brad Marchand scored the go-ahead goal in the second period as the Bruins topped Toronto 3-1 to grab a commanding 3-1 lead in series. (

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Filling up for the weekend?

The price of gas in our region ranges from $1.20-$1.40 a litre for regular, with the average about $1.27.   Brantford-Brant: $1.20-$1.35 Hamilton: $1.25-$1.36 Burlington:$1.22-$1.36 Milton: $1.28-$1.35 Oakville:$1.24-$1.40 Kitchener-Waterloo $1.25-$1.36 Cambridge: $1.17-$1.36 Simcoe to Dunnville: $1.27-$1.29   The world price

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Spring has sprung

Today:  sunny, northwest wind 20-40 km/h. High 10. Tonight: clear. Low minus 4. Tomorrow: mainly sunny. High 12. Sunday: sunny. High 13. Outlook for: Monday: sunny. High 18.

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